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it's a tale of two teams. the giants celebrate a historic victory advancing in the playoffs, while the a's remarkable season just came to an end in the past 30 minutes. good evening, i'm julie haener. >> i'm frank somerville. it's a rare october night. both the bay area baseball times. giants and the a's facing much different playoff games. the giants did it on the road, the a's were home, but losing to the detroit tigers 6-0.
patty is at the coliseum. >> reporter: this magical season has come to an end as you can see folks are still filing out of the stadium. it's hard to describe how they are feeling. setting off fire crackers. you can hear people cheering for the a's. this group is actually cheering for the giants right now. now they had such high hopes for the team tonight. it is really hard to describe how they felt leaving the stadium for the last time tonight. >> it is a tough way to watch the end of the game, the end of the year. but again we are just thankful with how well they played so far. >> i wanted another game and another series and the team deserves it as they have worked so hard. it was just really an amazing year. they are wonderful. we'll see you next year.
>> reporter: you can see them really taking the loss personally because the fan base has been as much as a part of the story of the team. now, they gave a standing ovation to the team at the end of the season. they have amazed the season reinvigorating the franchise. reporting live in oakland, patti lee, ktvu news. mark ibanez joins us right now. the a's never seemed to be in it. >> we won't have the remake with the bay bridge world series. but the a's when they walk off the field tonight, it was for the last time in 2012. no gatorade throwing, no pies, nothing like that. it all belongs to the tigers in this one. austin jackson gets the score started. 2-0 lead for them out of the third inning.
jared parker pitched well. but not well enough. and then for the tigers. four runs in the 7th. prince fielder with a little fly ball, robbing them just a couple of times. not so, getting a little blooper to fall on in. with a weapon like justin verlander as the tigers just needed to give oakland a chance, a four-hit complete game shut out. and one of the arrows last night grounding out to end it, 6-0 the final 11 strikeouts for verlander giving them 22 total in the two games that he pitched. and the divisional series record itself, 6-0 the final is the tigers that do celebrate tonight. but much to the credit of the a's fans as they stuck around the a's fans waved good-bye as they were shouting let's go oakland down to the very finish as we will have more. >> all right, thank you, mark.
celebration in cincinnati. coming up in 17 minutes, we will take you there. what the giants players told us after winning three straight games on the road to advance to the national league championship series. now to election 2012. the one and only debate between the vice presidential candidates. incumbent vice president joe biden and paul ryan took off the gloves tonight in danville, kentucky. and we have team coverage. we begin though in the newsroom with eric rasmussen and the constant jabs the two candidates exchanged for 90 minutes. >> yes, you're right. heated exchanges from foreign policy to domestic issue. both men seemed more than willing to play the rules of the attack dog. >> i know you are under a lot of distress to make up lost ground, but people would be better served if we don't keep interrupting each other. >> then don't take all four minutes.
>> reporter: in their only debate, joe biden and paul ryan pulled no punches on how to handle iran. >> what, are you going to go to war? >> we want to prevent war. >> it is mathematically possible. it's been done before. it's precisely what we have been proposing. >> it's been done a couple of times actually. >> oh, now you're jack kennedy? [ laughter ] >> tonight, biden also made sure to go after mitt romney in a way many say president obama failed to do in his first debate a week ago. >> for a guy who says 47% of the american people are unwilling to take responsibility for their lives. my friend recently in a speech in washington said 30% of the american people are takers. these people are my mom and dad, the people i grew up, my neighbors. they pay more effective tax than governor romney pays in his federal income tax. >> reporter: yet paul ryan did not let up on the
administration on obama care and taxes. >> now, we think government taking 28% of a family and that business income is enough. president obama, he thinks they ought to take the small business income. >> now, some early polling done right after the debate tonight. show that people are largely split over who came out on top. we're live in the newsroom, eric rasmussen. >> now, a live look where students formed their own opinions as they watched tonight's debate. >> we met the students backing up romney, obama, even the ron paul supporter. and for many at the university, the historic debate between the vice presidential candidates hit home. >> they started it over to watch the vice presidential match up. and they watched and listened. >> i watched it as well a couple weeks ago. obama kind of left me hanging
there. seeming to be weak on the spot. >> i think biden was extremely unprofessional, disappointed, basically embarrassed by his performance tonight that he is our vice president. >> i would probably call it a draw. >> reporter: the chair of the university's political science department said congressman ryan was too flat and that vice president biden was too striking. >> she was pointing his finger at the questionnaire and seemed to be a little too assertive. ryan was the opposite, seeming to dance around a lot of the questions. >> reporter: the most memorable moment is when they were asked their opinion about abortion. >> now, i believe that life begins at conception. and that's why those are the reasons why i'm pro-life. >> i accept my churches position on abortion. i accepted my personal life. but i refuse to impose it on equally devowed christians, muslims, jews, and i just refused to impose that on others. >> i'm catholic and it was nice
to hear them both say that they are practicing and that they respect other religions as well as their own. but i think that a lot of the policies, they forget about their religion. >> biden's answer was well said. i think that is probably how most people, at least most people i know, they kind of view the idea of abortion. >> reporter: now, the political science professor said there was no major gaps or lines, but that they were well prepared. live in santa clara, california, i'm maureen naylor. >> many people join mitt romney as they watched the debate at his hotel in asheville, north carolina. romney was campaigning there earlier in the day and said he was certain that paul ryan would do great. president obama caught the first part of the debate on air force one. the president had been campaigning and fundraising in south florida. the president called his running mate earlier today wishing him good luck.
we have posted more videos. look for the news tab right on the front page. >> they will face off again next week in their own debate scheduled for next tuesday the 16th at 6:00 p.m. now, it is being held here at the university in new york and it will be a town hall meeting format. those in the audience will be able to ask the candidates about foreign and domestic policy issues, moderated by the cnn reporter. so now how will you vote? you can take the ktvu election quiz on our facebook page as you can find the quiz right under our cover photo. >> reporter: and this is growing concern tonight for the well being of the missing mother from hollister. fliers started to go up as they disappeared yesterday. the 25-year-old mother disappeared after she dropped her daughter off at school. and then early this morning, an suv identified as hers went up in flames. police say that it was not occupied. we were concerned that it was pretty high. with the new development it is
even higher. we are very concerned about this view. >> friends of the missing woman began searching this evening near where the burned vehicle was found looking for clues. there are several rewards being offered for the information in this case. detectives from the hercules police department are in king county, washington today investigating the killing of a bay area schoolteacher. they are considered persons of interest in a series of crimes that started in southern california moving north. and they were killed last friday night. the bay area detectives are hoping to interview the occupy l and to take a look at evidence recovered from the car. there is a new twist tonight in the case of san francisco sheriff. they are one of four supervisors who voted against the removal. today, kim suggested voters demand a recall in an e-mail to the constituents where they said that they have been,
"greatly diminished" and they suggested that she would support a recall. the director said that any recall requires supporters to have 48,000 signatures or 10% of all registered voters. those signatures would have to be collected within 160 days. a special election would then be called or a recall could go before voters in next november's election. we are learning more tonight about the suspect arrested during the protest in the district of san francisco late last night. a total of 19 people were taken into custody after protesters briefly took over a residential building as a part of the world home he is day demonstration. and of those arrested, 8 are from san francisco. four are from berkeley. five are from out of state. and 2 are from out of the country. the suspects, they are all facing felony charges. damage to the building is estimated at $3,000. officers move on in as neighbors have been told to get
out. all of a sudden the s.w.a.t. team showed up. what was going on inside a house that forced police to lock down the neighborhood? and it is cool and cloudy out there tonight. i'm tracking more showers for you on friday. she's been missing for nearly 25 years. the significant detail on new clues that could be up in the case. "misleading." out here. it. but there's hope. straight to our schools... keeps it there. politicians.
the street in vallejo. live with the surprising way that police apprehended a bomb- making suspect. >> reporter: his house is right behind us. you can see the light on the porch, the white truck with law enforcement walking around outside. within the hours of the bomb squad that blew up some of his stockpile. rattling windows, setting off car alarms in a neighborhood where people are already jittery. >> we had no idea what was going on. >> reporter: they her honored that their streets were barricaded. >> we were able to get home. >> reporter: they spent hours clearing a house of explosives. >> they are home meat devices, dangerous enough that we are taking the precautions that we are taking. >> reporter: police were tipped.
the man who lives here has been making and debtty nateing explosives as they came with a search warrant, knocking on their neighbors doors to evacuate them. >> i went to go and gather some things. before i knew it, they were knocking on the doors again. >> and then the suspect emerged. >> they came out curious to what was going on as he was recognized, taken into custody. >> reporter: he told police what he had in the house, but they took hours. >> kids are walking to school in the morning. we walk to church on the weekends. >> reporter: neighbors who pass the house, they say that it never grew their attention. >> you know i have a family. i have a kid that it was kind of scary to think about that, making the homemade bombs in their backyards. >> reporter: experts decided that it was safer for them to destroy at least some of the explosives rather than move them. >> reporter: police are not yet releasing the suspect's name. as they do say he's a man in
his 50s. as far as they know, he has not made any threats associated with the explosives. we are being told that they will plan to gather more of their materials and explode it. this promises to reare main an active scene throughout the night. today, the mother of the little girl who vanished back in 1988 spoke out about the possibility that there may finally be a break in the case. as we first report last night, it is now being tested. she was just 9 years old when she was kiapped. the bone is believed to be from the girl between the ages of 5- 13. the bone was found mixed in with the other murdered victim. her remains were taken out from
a well in linden. they were known as the speed killers. frightening moments for children on board the school bus. two students were reported seriously hurt. they suffered minor injuries. and san francisco has been through the project moving forward thanks to a big infusion of the federal funding. city leaders were on hand when they announced that the federal government, they would provide $954 million. they said that the project will be about much more than just money. >> it's about jobs, it's about commerce, it's about quality there, quality of life. it is about building up the infrastructure of the america.
they will link them to china town as completion will be expected in seven years. they have their opponents too. one group filed the lawsuit to stop it because of the impact here on the union square. issuing some good news today. they said that 53% of the schools across california, they either met or surpassed that test goal this year, a 4% increase this year. only 20% of the schools met that there. they said that the schools met the challenge despite their obstacles created by the budget cuts. the students are not necessarily learning more, but getting better at taking tests instead. we posted a link with details on all bay area schools. just scroll down to the web link section. the stock markets rallied on encouraging job news, then fell. they ended the day down 18 points. they lost about two points.
analysts blamed the global economy. they reported a decline in threap mications for the unemployment benefits, falling to 329,000 which is a four and a half year low. more than 12 million americans are still without work. delivering a blow to apple today by denying our request. they said they failed to show that this to hurt their own smart phone sales, allowing them to sell the product while they continue that dispute. six more dead birds have tested positive for them across the country. the birds were found here, saying that cooler temperatures mean that this season is
finally winding down. the showers are winding down as well. a few sprinkles for you tonight, sweeping up pretty much clear right now with a few light drizzle areas. and the system will be a big bear for you as we have seen it all from the system. there it goes into southern california. look at that wrap around moisture coming into nevada and then back around us today. those are the showers we have. this system is tracking away for you. as they move off, then we will start to clear up just a little bit. but the other system out here that will increase the clouds. so tomorrow is a chance for some sprinkles. then some clearing. when i come back, we'll go to your five-day forecast with your weekend clearly in view. i'm going to show you when we could see some 80s in the bay area again. he was denied because he is gay. >> this is such an honor. the big surprise that the bay area teen got when he took his fight to the bay area natural stage.
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well, how about those san francisco giants. they made history today. becoming the first team ever to win a five-game playoff series after falling behind two games to none and they are also the first team ever to do it on the road. coming up in the clubhouse in cincinnati after the comeback became a reality. >> reporter: when you make baseball history, you can expect the celebration like this. when the giants took on the big inning, featuring the grand slam that they were still anything, but finished. for four straight innings.
they had to work their way out of the jams. >> this is something that no one believed. that's the most important thing of it. and we never hung our heads. we knew all about it that i mean we could win this. just think about it. and they are doing it all year long for you. >> that's a top one here. just seeing it there with all these guys there. it was a lot of fun. we've got nothing, but love. >> yes, for the moment. they need to be big as we have more for you. they believe him to believe in that reason why they traded for him. >> reporter: in the season, the cincinnati reds, they had never lost three straight home games until on tuesday, wednesday, and today. and now it is the giants moving on to the national league
championship series. >> congratulations, baby. >> in cincinnati, ktvu news channel 2 news. for the giants fans today, the long tense game was true of the torture of the 2010 as they went all the way up winning the world series. >> you've got to take a look at the history of the team as they have a great attitude. >> fans are certain that they can win the world series again this year, even during that announcement about the central freeway sending as they said that nearly everyone kept track of the game right on their smart phone here and then celebrated. more details now. the national league championship series will kick off this sunday right here on ktvu when the giants take on either the washington nationals or the st. louis cardinals. that series is now tied at two games a piece. the professional cyclist has been suspended from the
quick step team. they made the announcement today in the wake of yesterday's release against the u.s. anti-doping report. he was one of several former teammates who gave evidence about doping. the team says that it will be placing up the santa rosa resident on the non-active status until they speak to them in pen. releasing a statement today saying, "i accept responsibility for the participation of the dirty pass of cycling. i have been racing clean now for five years. " pge and the city of oakland are teaming up on a new project to upgrade the street lights. new lights will be replacing the older high pressure sodium street lights in east oakland. city leaders say that the leds are energy efficient and brighter, which could help deter crime while at the same time saving the city more than $19,000 a year. only on 2, we sat down with the family of the bay area teen
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a scout denied the eagle scout rank because he is gay appeared on the national talk show this week. they sat down with them today as they watched them talk to the nation about his story. >> reporter: julie, ryan went to los angeles to tape the ellen degenerous show yesterday. tonight we talked to them about their battle with the boy scouts to recognize their
achievements. >> reporter: today, family and friends watched the teen walk into the spotlight. >> thank you, i'm proud of you. you're an amazing young man. getting national attention. saying he was denied an eagle scout award because he is openly gay. the family appeared with ryan, getting a big surprise. >> today ellen gave him a $20,000 scholarship. >> on your way to college. i'm proud of you. >> everybody around us during the commercial break was coming over, high fiving us. there i am with tears down my face, trying to hold it all together. i am so proud of him. >> reporter: we talked to ryan by phone. >> i was a little shocked. not expecting it at all. so it totally blew me away. >> reporter: he turned 18 passing the deadlines for
becoming an eagle scout. but they pledged to send their own hard-earned pen. his message to others? >> every time that a gay person is there, they are not as adequate for those people. he's in new york to want preparing for more talk shows tomorrow as his family is asking them to change the decision. reporting live, channel 2 news. we posted aahing to the big change petition. on the front page, just scroll down and look for the web links section. the pain at the pump eased up a tiny viewed to. according to aaa, the statewide average for california has
dipped slightly. many spots out in the bay area as you probably know, well above that with a gallon of regular gas. the energy analysts blamed the recent surge in prices at refineries here in california. dropping down to a five-year low last month. they said that overall foreclosure filings fell 16% last month from the previous september. they peaked in april of 2009. the franchise tax board just released their list. they owe 10 -- they owe $10.7 million, owing about $2.6
million here. owing nearly $360,000 on the list since april. it will cost another penny to mail that letter next year as they said today they will raise the price of the first class stamp to $0.467. they will also introduce a new global forever staff for the international mail, going into effect on january 27. the number of people that have gotten sick will continue to climb. the center ares for the disease control says that 107 people in 11 states contracted fungal meningitis. 14 of those ended up dying. it has been recalled as 600 patients were treated with the steroid shots. so far none of them have been reported sick. kelloggs is recalling nearly $3
million. kellogg's says that the small pieces of the metal mesh may have ended up in the cereal. they have the letters listed right here. best if used before date. so far no serious injuries have been reported. they found something unexpected. this is that rock that is about the size of a football before it was blasted. nasa says that the rock is not like the other martian rocks, more like a rare volcanic rocks found in places such of hawaii. we honor three heroes as the
volunteers were singled out on the heroes award. our chief meteorologist provided a check for $10,000 for her work. he got $2,500 for helping to save the bird. receiving $2,500 for bringing in the greenery to that there. kids received a special visit today, hosting several celebrity athletes including the two-time olympian. and the four-time pair olympian championship player. they talked to kids about setting up the goals, building a strong work ethic. they serve more than 1,200 a day at nine locations around the city. some strong accusations against the bay area mayor. the campaign controversy that violated state law. i'm back here in just a
couple minutes. more sprinkles in your bay area forecast. i'll show you where that happens. we'll see you back here in a few minutes. in eight minutes, disgusted workers on the streets. investigating the proposed step to step it up and why some y that they will be against it. mother nature's cool like that. mobile check deposit. easier banking. standard at citibank. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] introducing a reason...to look twice. introducing a stunning work of technology --
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were sent to out of state prisons. federal authorities are going after the economic core based in los angeles. today, they designated the big gang, that allows them to freeze the assets of the gang members who often used that to move their profit. they are said to have about 50,000 members worldwide. new information about a bomb scare on board a bus in the south bay. a 15-year-old boy is to blame. they admitted to leaving a package on the bus. the boy was cited for reporting a false explosive which is a misdemeanor released to the custody of his parents. the incident closed a part of the highway for several hours last night during the evening commute. the san jose police officer
association is accusing the mayor of illegally transferring money to the councilman and their re-election campaign. the complaint filed today says that the can committee linked to the mayor's if he thinks reform campaign, they illegally funneled 1 -- funneled $100,000 as they approved the transfer because like measure b that they will be questioning the impacts on the fiscal reform. that will be tonight. a drive-by shooting that killed the top security official who had worked at the american embassy for 11 years. authorities said that the attack could be the work of the militants as it will be raising concerns that they could be regaining strength after a series of setbacks in a year- long campaign against the militants. and in pakistan, that teenage girl shot by the taliban gunman was moved to the country's top military hospital today for further treatment as they were shot in her head and neck, targeted by a taliban gunman because he is an outspoken advocate for the girls
education. and there has been an outpouring of support for her in pakistan and around the world. in egypt, the second largest of the great pyramids is now completed. visitors could once again explore those tombs from egypt's old kingdom that have been restored with better lighting and ventilation. egypt's tourism industry has sufferedded due to the resolution and officials are hoping that the tourists will return once again and spend money. i've been working 18 hours day, being paid very little money. a push to shut down the human drug trafficking. and also our chief meteorologist bill martin is tracking a chance of showers before a change in our weather. what we can expect coming up in his complete bay area forecast.
proposition 35 aims to increase the prosecution of the human and sex trafficking. showing us that a dark side of the bay area that few will see and why some say that prop 35 is not the solution to the problem. here is tonight's special report. >> reporter: the ladies of the night of san jose sometimes work in the day. >> we want to know what you're doing. >> what are you doing? >> nothing, just hanging out. >> reporter: during our ride along, we saw several women who are prostitutes. this is a popular place for prostitution. to give you an idea on how big the problem is, you'll need to go online. >> reporter: but they had do most of their investigation on the human trafficking from their desk. looking up websites right here. >> and that will be young. >> reporter: he said that he has found more than 44 juveniles working as prostitutes. mostly advertising online.
but the human trafficking t is not always sex related. these photos will come from the sweat shop bus from the southern california. helping immigrants to work in homes, restaurants, other businesses. >> well, they are working 18 hours a day being paid very little money. in the last ten years, the santa clara university on the community law? , they have helped 80 traffic victims to the south bay. they say as many as 3,000 victims have been identified over the past few years. but it is unknown just how many truly are on out this because of the threats facing the workers. >> they are interested. if you leave we will call the police as you don't have documents to be arrested. >> reporter: chris kelly was facebook's first general council and ran for the state attorney general in 2010. now pushing for few many sex and human trafficking laws to proposition 35 on this november's ballot. >> we just haven't seen anything yet. and for the actions, doing it
comprehensively. >> in the past, prop 35 would increase the criminal human sex trafficking. the prison sentences could be up for 15 years in life. and that they would be used for the victim services for law enforcement. they would require anyone convicted of sex trafficking to register as a sex offender to force them to provide their internet identities. >> we thought that we could make a very aggressive statement for them to the prosecutors in the state. it and by giving them the new tools as we could better train the law enforcement. >> they live in had san francisco, and is the face of the opposition to the proposition 35. she is the mother of three adult children. one is a veteran, another is a lawyer and the third is high up. >> i currently work as a prostitute. >> for how long? >> 22 years and i will be working for another 22 years. >> reporter: she represents a group for the legal educational and research project. saying that the human trafficking laws on the books
are already working. and by eliminating prosecution is the way to protect victims. >> we are victims of rape, robbery, extortion. we are precluded from going to the misand making those reports -- police and making those reports because they are just as likely to investigate us. >> reporter: it this initiative could help stop something in california that creates thousands, the tens of thousands of victims. opponents say that prop 35 won't help and that a real solution won't be on this november's ballot. matt keller ktvu channel 2 news. and on ktvu.com, you can get the latest election headlines any time. just look for the politics section on the news drop down menu. and the showers have basically ended for now with a few light sprinkles. tracking showers as they are kind of wrapping it around like this for the last couple of days. the main action is down south to the point conceptions as we're on the north end of it
and still a chance for some sprinkles as they will be pinned. i will tell you what, it is a wild weather pattern, the severe thunderstorm warnings yesterday for a time in the santa cruz mountains. and it will continue to spin stuff our way, except that the low is driving south. so all this rain is slowly drifting south. that means there had be a chance for the sprinkle tonight and as that moves off, another system out here that would like to bring us a chance for some sprinkles tomorrow. but a different kind. i wouldn't expect any kind of severe weather or thunderstorm. maybe some drizzles tomorrow morning. these are the highs for you today. they look more like the overnight low. cloudy for almost everybody all day long. we have temperatures in the upper 50s and the lower 60s. tomorrow will be warmer. tomorrow a little more sunshine in the afternoon and then in the weekend, much nicer. warms up nicely for your bay area on saturday and sunday. sunday is the warmest day on the bay area weekend. and then next week, it will be hot around here. this how pressure will track off as you can see it kind of go. this one will come in to see the jet stream sort of fire it up a little bit.
we'll see it in between these systems with the leftover moisture and the dynamics from this system. a few light sprinkles tomorrow. so here are the light sprinkles, right? that's not a deal breaker. it's 8:00 a.m. don't change your plans over there, it's out there. and then another shot, backed off around this. a few more sprinkles for you. don't change your plans. it will start to cheer out. the sprinkles will show up to the north. that's your day tomorrow. saturday, sunday, nicer. sunday is the nicest day for you. the forecast highs tomorrow, then warmer what they were today. 69 in fairfield. 64 in richmond. not a bad day as you will see the sun. part hi cloudy, mostly cloudy kind of day where today was mostly cloudy. temperatures tomorrow, a good 5 to 10 degrees warmer. the bay area looks real nice with the numbers getting back into the 80s. your 5-day forecast will check out like this with a few chance of the sprinkles. it just got put in here as you
will need to know that. but not a deal breaker for most of you. saturday will start to clear out. the mid-70s. sunday coming up in the 80s, nice still. there is your pay area weekend in view. just a nice one, but you know it really does feel like summer is done. >> yeah, it does. i mean it went quick and it has been chilly. >> yes, overnight. summer is gone. >> although next week, summer is coming back? >> yes. >> thank you, bill. the national zoo in washington, d.c. says that they have determined now that the cause of death of that giant panda cub last month, it wasn't the mother's fault. they say that she actually took good care of the cub. the 6-day-old cub had liver trouble and signs of a disease, born prematurely. the mother appears to be getting back to normal. the oakland zoo proudly showed off their hospital today. designed to treat the zoo's 650 animals, plus the wild animals of all types and sizes. they say that the hospital will be the largest in northern
california and probably one of the top ten in the country. it is also a green building, replacing their oler animal hospital, which dates back to 19 f 1. a big giant victory and a disappointing a icehouses. a big day in sports. the sports director is coming up next. but first a huge crane as the port of oakland will take a look at what is growing in green tonight to honor and celebrate the a's remarkable season.
hey take a look at that. signs that the bay area has baseball fever. you can see it everywhere you look, including the port of oakland, in honor of the a's season, the port lit one of their cranes in bright green lights. again showing support for the a's green and gold. >> yeah. that is very cool. mark is here now with more on the a's amazing season. much better than what most people thought. >> they better not be hanging their heads. great season, the fans are sensational. just fresh off of miracles. the walk off the field tonight does come without celebration, but soon it will set in. the satisfaction that comes with surpassing the expectations. element unfair to have a guy like this, your not so secret weapon for game five for the
tigers. they had it going on, his second win in the series. 11 strikeouts, four hits, the can complete game shutout at 22k's. all told in his two games. 4-run is what put it away for detroit. popping a little bit for prince fielder. probably felt like he deserved it after getting robbed for last night's game, a 6-0 lead. verlander is not about to leave the game, he gets the final game. one of the last night heroes for the a's, grounding it out. there it s. the complete game victory and on -- there it is, the complete game victory and on their go. but the a's greeted very warmly by their fans as you would expect, who screamed for many minutes after the game. let's go oakland, and our fred inglis talked to some of the a's players in the clubhouse. >> and just thank all the fans, doing a fantastic job. the support, even after this
loss tonight, it was nothing, short of fantastic. you know, definitely it has been one of the greatest experiences of my careers playing for this team. >> that is the best part of the whole thing. they went from just being, i mean, man the season is over and the down of that to getting to walk on out there to see them one last time. and you know, kind of soaking that in to lift it back up a little bit. we're having the organization here for them. drafted by them. and so you know it was special for me. >> meanwhile if you are emotionally attached to the giants, the mind-bending tension that you endured. awarded with one of the most satisfying victories in the nlcs. not in your -- a knot in your stomach, the sweaty palms. the price to pay for them and for san francisco today. look at hunter pence, like a ray lewis pep talk before the football game that has everyone charged up. all the runs in the 6th. six of them provided by, yeah,
a great ball game for the nl mvp. no question the grand slam. and if you were thinking an easy victory, that's not the giant's way, but a big strikeout throw out. a perfect throw to the third. ending up the red threat. much to the big grin of them. but the reds, they just keep on coming. look at the big catch here by pagan with two on saving the day right there. pumped before he even caught it. sergio romo, two more on in the -9dth before getting that -- in the 9th before getting that one out. down two games to none. no national league team has ever come back. angel pagan talks about the pre- game motion. >> it's like warriors going out there trying to, you know, hunt people. i don't know how to explain it. it was so much energy and so important for us, you know. and to gather it up together for us to come on through and